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Using wildlife of the past to guide conservation of the future

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Over the last two years the Butterflies Through Time Project has aimed to engage people with the natural world and environmental change, both past and present, by linking historical museum collections with contemporary conservation initiatives.

Join research assistant Matt Hayes as he gives an overview of the project; from museum specimens and modern wildlife conservation, to public engagement events and adapting to a global pandemic.

The Butterflies Through time exhibition is currently on display at the University Museum of Zoology in Cambridge and will be running until 18th September 2022.

To book your ticket visit: https://museumofzoologyblog.com/2022/03/23/butterflies-through-time-researchers-stories/

This talk is part of the Researcher's Stories series.

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